We research the fundamental nanoscale materials processes that occur when an energy material is operated. Degradation mechanisms that occur in energy materials, including batteries and catalysts, are investigated by using the latest techniques in transmission electron microscopy (TEM).


Recent Articles

Liquid cell transmission electron microscopy and its applications


Biomass-derived Nickel Phosphide Nanoparticles as a Robust Catalyst for Hydrogen Production by Catalytic Deposition of C2H2 or Dry Reforming of CH4


Atomic Structure and Dynamics of Epitaxial Platinum Bilayers on Graphene

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Self- regeneration of Au/CeO2 based catalysts with enhanced activity and ultra-stability for acetylene hydrochlorination


Addressing the isomer cataloguing problem for nanopores in two-dimensional materials

Nature Materials 2019

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Electrocatalytic Volleyball: Rapid Nanoconfined Nicotinamide Cycling for Organic Synthesis in Electrode Pores

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Nitrogen Fixation by Ru Single-Atom Electrocatalytic Reduction


Nanoparticle Immobilization for Controllable Experiments in Liquid-Cell Transmission Electron Microscopy


Atomic Structure of Defects and Dopants in 2D Layered Transition Metal Dichalcogenides

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Epitaxial and atomically thin graphene–metal hybrid catalyst films: the dual role of graphene as the support and the chemically-transparent protective cap

Electrical Breakdown of Suspended Mono- and Few-Layer Tungsten Disulfide via Sulfur Depletion Identified by in Situ Atomic Imaging

ACS Nano 2017

MoS2 monolayer catalyst doped with isolated Co atoms for the hydrodeoxygenation reaction


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